Georgia Hybrid Fishing

Latest Hybrid Fishing Articles

By Nick Carter | August 1, 2008

Oconee’s Hybrid Humps

When they’re moving water, the humps and ridges down by the dam on Lake Oconee can provide some

By Nick Carter | August 1, 2008

Lake Oconee’s Hot Humps for Hybrids

When they’re moving water, the humps and ridges down by the dam on Lake Oconee can provide some…

By Brad Bailey | July 1, 2008

Lake Varner Live-Bait Hybrids ON FIRE!

There was no warning about what was going to happen. One minute the rod was sitting still in…

By Drew Hall | February 1, 2008

Shad Lead the Way to Eufaula Bass & Hybrids

Ken Greene of Lumpkin knows a lot about cooking chicken, being the owner of three Zaxby’s restaurants, but…

By Don Baldwin | January 3, 2008

Clarks Hill Stripers Get Shallow in Winter

The day was absolutely beautiful. Blue, cloudless skies, no wind, and a high of about 80 degrees. It…

By Larry Columbo | August 1, 2007

Jigging Spoons For Eufaula Bass

Throughout the summer and into the winter, hybrids, largemouths and white bass school together on Eufaula. Methods for

By John Trussell | July 1, 2007

Eufaula Hybrid Bass In July

Every angler knows that the success of a fishing trip can turn on a dime. Sometimes it’s a

By Don Baldwin | April 1, 2007

It’s April Hybrid And Striper Madness!

In the world of sports the NCAA basketball tournament dominates the month of March. This tournament, tagged “March…

By Ron Brooks | November 2, 2006

Seminole Hybrid Bass Schooling In the Fall

While it is not an unknown fishery on Seminole, hybrid bass are not a particularly sought-after species there. Known

By Don Baldwin | September 1, 2006

Hills and Trees for Clarks Hill Stripers

Clarks Hill Lake is the largest reservoir in Georgia. At 71,000 acres, it’s a center of outdoor recreation…